Pirates of Devil's Cove (UN-C-739)
The reason might stem from the embarrassing incident of the loss of the Royal flagship to the pirates; this incident was hushed up to avoid embarrassment for the King from foreign shores.

Despite the lack of widespread celebrity, those unfortunate enough to come across the Bloody Molly were not likely to forget their encounter.

The pirates of Devil's Cove terrorised the seas of the West Indies and the Caribbean for over a decade.

There was no distinction in their choice of targets Spanish and British alike - to them every ship was considered fair game.

It has been told that 'The King of All Pirates', Henry Morgan was even a victim of the crew of the Bloody Molly.

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